It was all in fun... Please don't take it personal. You have always been a good friend and have helped me more than once figure out serious problems. I know you shake your head once in awhile when I talk about the"best deal ever" on that "just rebuilt" 8v92 down the street but I also know you'd be the first guy over here with tools if I needed help.
I'm not saying I don't take great pleasure in your pain, I'm just wondering why everyone thinks it? It's not like I actually jump with glee!!
Gumpy, don't you and the wife need to test run those motorcycles soon? The fish are running in the stream, I've got cold Newcastle's in the fridge and a ton of wood at the fire pit to get rid of this summer. Come visit soon.
We'll have to see how things go. Teri's at church all day today. Will have to see how the weather is next weekend.
I'll be in your neighborhood the first weekend of May, probably that Friday, for the pottery tour.
As for the connections, the battery should be connected per the diagram that was already posted in this thread. Left ground post to left battery negative. Left battery positive to right battery negative. Right battery positive to battery switch.
The vanner should have 3 posts on it. Left is ground. Middle is 12v. Right is 24v. Connect the left to the left battery negative. Either end of the ground cable (battery of frame) that's convenient. Connect the center (12v) to the left battery positive, or to the right battery negative (either end of the jumper between the batteries). Connect the right (24v) to the right
battery positive (either on the battery post or on the main switch input side). Don't connect it on the output side of the main switch.
If you have a 12v feed for the coach, it can be connected in the same place as the vanner 12v, or it can be connected to the vanner 12v post.
Call if you need me to laugh at you... I mean, if you need more clarification...